STEP 1: DRY BRUSHING
Dry brushing has so many benefits: like reducing the look of cellulite and helping prevent ingrown hairs. It can be done daily, but preferably before you shower and shave!
For your bikini area, brush the area inwards using small, circular strokes. The bristles on the brush help exfoliate the top layer of skin and help hair to grow normally.
STEP TWO: SHAVE SKIN CARE
Not all shaving cream is made the same! If you notice you are getting a lot of ingrown hairs, try changing your shaving cream. Look for something with more natural ingredients, that creates a lot of foam (not your body wash or conditioner!) and has some healing properties (like tea tree oil) which has natural anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
STEP THREE: YOUR
You guessed it! A single-blade safety razor is pretty crucial in helping to prevent ingrown hairs. A sharp and clean safety razor will cut off the hair bluntly in one pass without catching or dragging hairs. The razor won't clog meaning less bacteria buildup. Try changing out your blade before shaving down there!